Telcos are now giving more internet than before but if you take a closer look, they are often tied with restrictions that would turn you off. Some may only give you more data for the weekends and some may even limit you to specific apps or services that you may not use. Aren’t you tired with all the limitations and restrictive terms in the market?
That’s why Xpax is now offering a simpler prepaid plan that is #NoKelentong. So, what you see is exactly what you get. If you’re unconvinced, here’s a quick rundown of what Xpax has to offer versus the competition.
Before 2016 comes to an end, Celcom has revamped its Xpax prepaid offering with its new #NoKelentong. If you hate data restrictions on application, 4G only weekend and offpeak only data, then this is good news for you.
Celcom has revamped its prepaid offering by introducing Xpax Turbo. This replaces its current MagicSIM and it comes with additional data for Facebook and YouTube along with 10GB of Burung Hantu (off-peak) data usage each month.
Xpax Prepaid users rejoice! Celcom’s prepaid brand has finally released a mobile app which allows you to manage your account easier than ever.
Following Maxis’ latest upgrade for its Hotlink FAST prepaid, Celcom has just responded with its newly upgraded M4GIC SIM. Right off the bat, it comes with unlimited voice calls to all Celcom/Xpax numbers if you perform a M4GIC Reload. For a worry free experience, they are still offering Free Basic internet which includes free access to WhatsApp, WeChat and Facebook Messenger.
Thinking of picking up an Xpax Magic SIM? 11street is offering the best savings with 10% discounts on reloads all year long. This is applicable only to new subscribers that purchase a Magic SIM starter pack from 11street’s mobile app.
Starting today, Celcom customers from both postpaid and Xpax prepaid can start enjoying unlimited movies and TV series on iflix. Similar to Digi, the iflix free subscription is valid for 2 months and customers can start watching without the need of signing in.
With the festive season around the corner, Xpax Prepaid has introduced an even larger monthly internet plan for all your social and web surfing needs. For a more auspicious Chinese New Year, Xpax FattNet gives you a whopping 8GB of data for RM88/month.
Celcom prepaid brand Xpax has just revised its internet plans and they cost more than before. However don’t fret as Xpax has packed more value with higher quota and free unlimited music access with Yonder bundled in.
Are you An Xpax subscriber and heading down to Singapore soon? Instead of getting a local SIM, Xpax has a Singapore Internet Pack, a data plan that works in both Singapore and Malaysia. For RM38, the pack lasts 30 days and it comes with Free Basic Internet and 500MB of High-Speed data.